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- Average Customer Review: 33 customer reviews
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West tries to blame our ignorance on the Left's supposed domination of broadcast media, but our press hasn't shown much interest either. The demise of religious minorities throughout the Middle East is a tragedy unfolding before our eyes; or it would be if we were looking.
Nor does West analyse why the Western powers, which interfered endlessly on behalf of Middle Easter Christians in the 19th century, without it must be said doing them much good, turn their eyes away today? The answer lies in fairly obvious changes in Western society, but they should be spelt out. It is good however that West underscores the fact that the American invasion of Iraq in 2003 produced an Islamist constitution and the eviction of ancient Christian populations. The same is, in some degree, of course also true in Syria.Read more ›
He has successfully captured all the main points using plain and frank language which makes it accessible to anyone.
Please read this - it is today's untold story.
Please read it and tell others in your churches what is going on.
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For simple information laid out clearly, on the impact on Christians in the Near and Middle East, this is useful. The comment and analysis is patchy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by D. Carter
This slim volume is a far more intelligently constructed and erudite analysis of what I suspect are the final death throes of Christianity in the Middle East. Read morePublished 5 months ago by firstname.lastname@example.org
Really good read. Will make Christians think about the future!!!!Published 17 months ago by Veronica Chapman
Don't want to write review this is why l will not send off information about star ratings because you demand a review on every item and you want numerous words. Read morePublished 18 months ago by ann Macfarlane
The BBC I believe should bear a lot of the responsibility for the near Genocide of Christians throughout the muslim world, they devote more airtime to the death of one muslim... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Alfonzo Bloo
This book gives a real insight into the plight of Christians in the middle east. It is extremely well written but heart wrenching to read.Published 20 months ago by Tess
I thoroughly recommend this book. I learned many things I did not know. West has an easy to read, flowing style.Published 20 months ago by Marcella Carmen
Although there is much in it I disagree with,
the book definitely highlight some of the dark periods in our history, I recommend reading it
An excellent overview of the conditions the Christians of the Middle East now find themselves in. Each story of persecutio be seen by the media as just anotherPublished 22 months ago by S. Boreham